Mobile games studio supports efforts to bring the spotlight on the industry

Digital Goldfish Joins TIGA

Dundee-based studio Digital Goldfish is the latest group to join UK industry body Tiga, the studio has announced.

Established in 2005, Digital Goldfish develops games for a range of mobile devices, on platforms such as J2ME, iPhone, PSP and DS.

David Hamilton, managing director at Digital Goldfish, said that his studio was inspired by Tiga’s efforts in representing the UK game industry.

“We fully support the effort TIGA has put in to highlight the UK games industry to the Government along with letting the media know that we have a booming industry in Scotland and across the country,” he added.

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